ISU Institute of Rural Health Works to Deflate
the Stigma attached to Child Mental-Health Disorders
Boise – Ann Kirkwood, senior research associate at Idaho State University-Boise’s Institute of Rural Health, says she is concerned about the stigma that is sometimes placed on children with mental-health disorders.
ISU Graduate Students Take Top Honors in Research Poster Contest
Boise- Idaho State University geosciences graduate students, Jacob Tibbitts and Jessica Mitchell, took top honors in a research poster contest at the 2007 Environmental Sensing Symposium, co-sponsored by Boise State University and the Inland Northwest Research Alliance.
Judy Thorne Tapped to Sit on Local Advisory Council
to Assist Female Prisoners
Boise- Idaho State University-Boise HIV Education Coordinator Judy Thorne, M.P.A., R.T.C., will serve on a newly created local advisory council to prepare female prisoners aged 18 to 35 for a successful return to society.
Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injuries the Subject of Telecast Series
Boise- The Idaho State University Institute of Rural Health will present free public presentations statewide on traumatic brain injury (TBI) in response to high numbers of military personnel coming home suffering such disabilities.
ISU-Boise's Pam Powell named a Health Care Hero finalist;
Nursing student Robert Warrick awarded $1,000 scholarship
Boise- Pam Powell, DMD, site director of Idaho State University Family Dentistry in Boise, has been named a 2007 Health Care Hero Educator honoree in the Idaho Business Review newspaper’s annual competition.
The AISU-Boise speech-language pathology students provide free screenings for Hewlett-Packard employees
Boise— Eleven students in Idaho State University-Boise’s speech-language pathology master’s program recently provided free speech, voice and hearing screenings for more than 100 Hewlett-Packard employees and their families.
The ALSAM Foundation announces $5.25 million gift
to Idaho State University’s College of Pharmacy
Money slated for Treasure Valley teaching site and minority scholarships
Boise—Idaho State University’s College of Pharmacy has received a $5 million gift from The ALSAM Foundation to acquire more teaching and research space in the Treasure Valley and an additional $250,000 in pharmacy scholarships for minority students,